Moms at Work

May 04, 2022

Ep. 10 : Working For More Hours In The Day With Rebecca Muriuki

Welcome to the Moms At Work Podcast! Grab your headphones and a cup of coffee, or whatever you choose to fill your cup with, and join your host Jean ette Tapley as we break free from the shame of having to plan it all! As moms, I think we could all agree that we would love more hours in the day. Oh, the tasks we could accomplish, or the laundry that would be FINALLY caught up on! Let's work smarter, not harder!! Read More

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About Moms at Work

Motherhood is a tough job. Then when we add in a career, keeping up the house, dinner time, and trying to maintain some social life, motherhood can be overwhelming. But we are here to break down those expectations. Join your host, Jeanette Tapley, as we come together weekly, tearing down the walls of expectations surrounding moms, and as we lean into the work in front of us, we will learn to trust God for the future of our families. We are not here to add to your to-do list. We are here to love and support you as you do the vital work you're called to do, in and outside of your house.

About Jeanette Tapley

Jeanette Tapley is a podcast host, author, speaker, and friend who loves all things friendship, laughter, and a good cup of coffee. When she is not recording for her podcasts, It's Time For Coffee & Moms At Work, you can find her hanging with her 3 favorite teens + handsome husband. 

Her heart beats for people to be heard, valued, and never alone no matter what stage of life they find themselves in. Whether that be through navigating friendships, figuring out faith, raising a family, or life as an entrepreneur.  She is the internet friend everyone needs who encourages people to walk through it!

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